My main interest in photography is landscapes. That's what got me interested in it, I loved seeing pictures of the natural beauty in this world and would say to myself "Damn I wish I could take pictures like that." So anyway, I know it's best when shooting a landscape to have something in the foreground, be it a branch, a bush, whatever. Aside from it being a general tip, in my experience I do believe it makes for a better landscape shot. I also know that to get everything in focus you're supposed to use a small aperature like f/16 or f/22. What I don't know is when I'm looking through the viewfinder, what exactly should I be focusing on; the foreground or my main subject? My camera doesn't have a depth of field preview on it (why in the hell did they get rid of that from the Rebel 2000 to the Rebel K2?) so I'm not sure which would be best. I tried testing recently, at f/22, one shot focused on the foreground, one the background, and that's mainly what came out focused in the pictures. This leaves me a bit confused, because I know that you CAN get everything in focus. I'd appreciate any help you guys can give me.